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With interests in Jazz, Classical music and songwriting Nate has had a wide variety of experiences as a performer, composer and studio musician. In the 2000’s he was a member of the nationally touring folk-rock band Assembly of Dust performing at premier venues and festivals around the country like the Newport Folk Festival, Bonnaroo and Carnegie Hall. Along with singer Reid Genaur Nate co-wrote many of the songs in AOD’s beloved catalogue including several that cracked the top 30 national AAA radio charts. Wilson co-produced Assembly of Dust’s 2009 album “Some Assembly Required” that featured guest performances by Richie Havens, John Scofield, Grace Potter, Bela Fleck, Martin Sexton and others. 


As a performer Wilson has shared the stage with a wide variety of artists from many genres including rock icon Chuck Berry, jazz guitarists John Scofield, Peter Bernstein and Wayne Krantz, singer/songwriters Martin Sexton, Eddie Brickell, and Grace Potter and rock legends Warren Haynes, Dickie Betts and Derek Trucks. 


Currently Wilson resides in Worcester MA where he teaches piano and guitar in his private home studio. When he’s not teaching Wilson writes, records and produces his original music with Ghosts of Jupiter, a band he founded in 2011. 

Central Massachusetts based pianist, composer and educator Nate Wilson has been performing and teaching piano lessons throughout the New England area and around the country for over 20 years. Nate grew up in rural New Hampshire and was introduced to music by his mother and first piano teacher, Candace, at a very early age.  He began formal classical studies at the age of 9, and started playing his first gigs professionally at the age of 15. As a high-school student Nate co-founded the original rock group Percy Hill, a band that achieved touring success with six independent album releases and hundreds of gigs at clubs, theaters and festivals throughout the US. Earning a full scholarship to the University of New Hampshire, Nate completed his bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance in 2003 and then went on to earn his Master’s in Jazz Performance from New England Conservatory of Music in 2007. Over the years he was fortunate to study with Ed Saindon, Christopher Kies, Charlie Banacos, Danilo Perez, and Jerry Bergonzi. 

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